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president obama says he's a christian, there's no beating back the drumbeat from the right that he's a muslim or something like it. check out this graphic moment from fox news of a franklin's focus group with republican caucus voters in iowa. >> i believe that he is a muslim. >> you do? >> yes. >> how many of you believe that here? wow. >> well, that's ten raised hands out of 25 republican caucus voters. 40%. they believe this nonsense apparently. remember, these are the folks who picked the next gop presidential nominee. the iowa republican caucus-attenders. republicans, religion, and realty, our top story tonight. >>> plus, suspicions confirmed. when all those tea partiers won in november they threatened republicans, we thought. now they help vote down an extension of the patriot act. orrin hatch is so afraid of getting primaried, it looks like he crashed a tea party event last night. >>> it's the right wingers who talk about freedom and liberty, so why are they lining up behind the old guard and egypt and not the supporters, people in tahrir square? could it be that they see fre
, leading off tonight, the big right wing lie. no many how times obama says he's a christian. there's no beating back that he's a muslim. check out this graphic moment from fox news of a frank live's focus group with republican caucus voters in iowa. >> i believe that he is a muslim. >> you do. >> yes, yes. >> how did do you believe that here? >> how many believe? wow. >> that's ten raised hands out of 20 republican caucus voters. do they believe this nonsense? remember, they're the ones who picked the next gop nominee. republicans, religion and reality, our top story tonight, plus suspicions confirmed. what all those tea partyiers want to know. well, here goes. tea partieriers helped vote down an extension of the patriot act last night and hatch is so fearful of getting primaried last year he crashed the tea party himself last night. and it's the right wingers who talk about freedom and liberty, so why are they lining up behind the old guard in egypt and not behind those in the street, supporters at tahrir square. and return of the culture wars. some republican congressmen are stok
is going to shoot obama, well, when hearing that, without objecting to what he heard, the next word heard from the congressman were i know there's a lot of frustration with this president. only when it became a national story today did brown condemn such talk of shooting the president. one month after gabby giffords' shooting brown's initial silence is another example republicans refusing to take on their supporters no matter how violent or crazed their words. our top story tonight. plus, wisconsin. regardless of who wins the union fight out there, both parties see big advantages for their side. democrats hope it will re-energize their base. republicans are banking getting tough with the demands of public demands is a tough move. out of after cars ferry carrying more than 300 americans arrived this afternoon after being stranded in libya for two days because of high seas. once the ferry was safely way from libya the united states suspended embassy operations in tripoli and announced it would impose unilateral sanctions on libya. we will get a report from richard engel in libya. i'm here i
, a debate has broken out on this side of the atlantic. is the obama administration pushing too hard to show mubarak the door? plus what are we to make of the muslim brotherhood who is angling to step into the breach over there? is it just waiting for its moment to seize control and short-circuit the democratic process. bad news, good news. the economy only created 36,000 new jobs but the unemployment rate dropped from 9.4% to 9%. that number may be more important for president obama because that's the number that the public pays attention to. i think he needs to get the number down to 8 in order to win reelection. i have been saying this is the oshkosh election. sunday's super bowl has the same theme. pittsburgh versus green bay. politics and the super bowl later in the show. let me finish with a major american president born 100 years ago this sunday. we start with egypt. joining me from cairo is nbc news ron allen. ron, i guess the best question is what happened today in this ongoing saga? >> reporter: we have been asking ourselves that question today. chris, what does all this mean? wher
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